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is coming up in tonight's show? the aclu is suing the pentagon again? can't you pick on someone your own size? and one half of angus t jones wants you to watch his adorable tv character every week, but the other half doesn't want you to watch his not so adorable tv character every week. we'll explain. and if you are like me, you wonder why the u.s. blew up the moon with a nuclear bomb. it was right there. we had plenty of bombs. wait a minute. we considered it? i have to hear about this. andy? >> you will hear about this, tom. don't respond to what i just said. >> just tell me. i guess i have to wait. >> we'll tell you later. >> i am here with fox business net wore reporter -- network reporter. his latest comedy cd is called image reporter. and sitting next to me who think he's is in line to cease les-mis is john bolten. >>- q. i should we put the -- >> should we put the fair in war fair, calling the urpt c -- the current policy unconstitutional. according to the aclu attorney these regulations are, quote, outdated assumptions assumptions and stereo types about the men and women. the war
henderson that the display was involved in obscenity laws. but then she did because the aclu sniffed her out saying giving the bird is free speech. they sent a local letter saying henderson would be fine if she reinstalled the lights. there is a highly offensive christmas light display. and nobody said boo. several years ago they shed light on the perversity in our midtown midst. >> as you know there are thousands of amazing light displays around the city this time of year, but none more incredible than the one here at 49th and 6th. we'll ask a few people what they think. when you look at these lights what comes to your mind? >> many penises. >> it looks like a large woman's fun device. >> i have to follow that? >> what do you think it looks like? >> talk about women's fun devices. >> you flip off people in the hallways of fox every day. >> is it air brushed out? >> leave it to the aclu, the only instance i can think of where they left it to the lights where it is flipping the bird. normally they say take those down. you can't do that. >> what if the wise men were flipping the bird? we split
their fight to the courts. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is in san francisco, where the aclu just announced a lawsuit. cate. >> reporter: michelle, all four servicewomen who spoke today say the combat exclusionary rule keeps them from doing their job well and being recognized for what they do and today's lawsuit says times are changing and the military needs to keep up. in the days of modern warfare, these women along with the aclu say the combat exclusionary rule is outdated and doesn't capture the way wars are waged today. >> the modern battlefield means there's no front lines and there's no safe areas. every time a woman or any service member sets foot into iraq or afghanistan, they are serving in a combat zone. >> reporter: major mary jennings hagar is based out of moffett field. despite the rule she says she has done three combat tours and received the purple heart. >> my gender has never been a factor in accomplishing my unit's mission and it should not be a factor when selecting personnel to serve in combat roams. >> reporter: these women and their supporters say this lawsuit was a l
: these women representing all branches of the military along with the aclu have filed a lawsuit. >> the enemy doesn't distinguish between gender. when i was going out on missions in iraq and my vehicle was hit by an efp and everyone in it my vehicle received different is selves of shrapnel, the shrapnel didn't miss me because they saw i had an x chromosome. >> reporter: this policy makes it difficult for them to do their job and even prevents them from leadership policy. >> this policy is bad for the armed services, bad for our service members and needs to be changed. >> reporter: the aclu says women constitute about 14% of the -- of the military. some say they are denied from recognition. at this point, it's unclear when the lawsuit will be heard in court. >> the vast majority of the men i served with in combat did not care if i was a woman. they cared if i could do my job. however, the handful that did could use this policy to substantiate their viewpoints. >> reporter: and the dodd has made some slow progress, if you will, in changing this pomcy, women can currently serve in combat but not
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a special factor factor investigation into the lance armstrong situation. and then the aclu taking president obama to task in a new ad. we'll show it to you after these messages >> greg: in "the factor" flashback segment, disgraced olympic cyclist lance armstrong has been kicked to the curb by the chair he founded. yesterday the live strong foundation removed his name from the organization. armstrong won seven tour defrance titles, two more than me, but was recently stripped of them because he took performance enhancing drugs during the races. for years armstrong denied doping, but the evidence against him is now overwhelming. bill recently spoke about it with dara torres, who won 12 olympic medals in swimming and a cyclist who competed in two summer olympic games. >> so were you surprised about lance armstrong? >> no, i wasn't. for years i had suspected that he and other athletes were doping and as a clean athlete, it was frustrating to watch their super human performances and hear stories from other athletes and feel like there was really nothing that i could do or even say because they we
. and then the aclu taking president obama to task in a new ad. we'll show it to you after these messages we challenged the manufacturers to offer even lower prices.n. now it's posturepedic versus beautyrest, with $400, $500, up to $600 off. serta icomfort and tempur-pedic go head-to-head with 3 years interest-free financing. plus free same day delivery, set-up, and removal of your old set. when brands compete, you save. mattress price wars ends soon at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >> greg: in "the factor" flashback segment, disgraced olympic cyclist lance armstrong has been kicked to the curb by the chair he founded. yesterday the live strong foundation removed his name from the organization. armstrong won seven tour defrance titles, two more than me, but was recently stripped of them because he took performance enhancing drugs during the races. for years armstrong denied doping, but the evidence against him is now overwhelming. bill recently spoke about it with dara torres, who won 12 olympic medals in swimming and a cyclist who competed in two summer olympic
in the corridor in 2008. the a.c.l.u. opposes it and said they rarely reduce crime. >>> they braved the coldness to get their hands on one of the hottest video became of the year 400 people lined up at the game stop and they were waiting for the new call of duty block ops 2 and the game is set in the year 2025 and is set with zombies. >> the big thing, it is the mullettable player. they get online with their friends and they will play all night long. >> some of the people in line waited as the early as 5:30 a.m. >>> they even brought in a band to entertainment. one in four people are expected to call in sick today in order to play their new game. >>> there are reports this morning how they left them after three season. apple is expected to undergo a physical and the 33-year-old pitcher pitched more than 63 innings with a one and two record. sal? >> that is a good sign. >> yes, i think so. >> he pitched really well in the world series. >> i was like, you get what you want. traffic is moving a around well in the bay area. northbound 101 looks good approaching the 880 split and now the traffic on 8
, i think that's the strongest part of the resolution. supervisor mar. >> i want to thank the aclu for raising concerns about the privacy concerns. i am surprised about how much information from an app you can get. supervisor avalos and i were chatting a little bit, my 12-year-old using her clipper card quite a bit. i am curious whether she goes where she says she is but i understand the privacy concerns especially within the mta to be more transparent so i am really appreciative of the legislation and i'd like to ask if i could be added as a co-sponsor as well. >> great. it's important to say that the resolution references that it's really bart and the material that bart's able to put on their clipper card that actually does the tracking, but in the end within the mta you really can track where someone has been within the mta system of san francisco so that might not help you with your daughter. okay, we will close public comment and we actually have a member of the whole, we can take that, colleagues, i don't have a copy, eric, do you have a copy of that? so we can take that
and accountability for the program. the aclu has taken that argument to federal court where it's suing the cia to release more information. joining us now, a key lawyer in that very case, the national deputy legal director for the aclu. thank you for being here. first let's look at the revelations in this "new york times" article. the white house is concerned about how a future president, president romney, would operate this program and sought to write secret rules, nothing public, which you say in your lawsuit is required under the law, but secret rules to govern it. what is the meaning of those secret rules and would they automatically govern a future administration? >> first, i think they're right to be worry bed how a future administration has used these powers. they have carved out these very broad powers, essentially the authority to kill anyone who is deemed by the executive branch, deemed by the president to be a threat to national security can be killed without due process, can be killed without charges, without disclosure of the evidence, and in fact can be killed without even an ack
. >>> more service women suing the defense department saying the ban is unconstitutional. the aclu filed the suit today in court. abc 7 news vic lee is here with the story. vic? >> this is the lawsuit aclu filed today in san francisco. and it says many service women are engaging in combat but that the government turns a blind eye to that. >> taking fire for 20 minute autos major mary jenningsfç<ç hagar is a combat search and rescue pilot receiving a purple heart for injuries sustainedded when the chopper was hit. >> i received shap nel through face and arms and a burn on the back. >> the staff sargeant jennifer hunt has been an army reservist a decade. >> all four who filed suit have experience despite the defense department policies. >> they say in modern warfare, front line is everywhere. >> every time a woman, or any service member sits foot into iraq or afghanistan, they're >> because of the policy, women often not officially part of the units they're going on mission was. >> the policy one of the last policy that's preassume that's women arenx less capable. >> 280,000 served in i
donald corridor. 80 cameras were installed in richmond. the aclu opposes these cameraing say they are an invasion of privacy and rarely reduce crime. >>> a cal state university plan to impose fees on so-called super seniors is off the table for now. the csu board of trustees was set to discuss the proposal this afternoon but it was removed from the agenda. trustees say the proposal is designed to open up space for incoming students by pushing current students to graduate more quickly. students were outraged over the plan saying it would can be students at the time when the just approved proposition 30 will pump new money into the system. >> i remember the night of elections i was checking those polls constantly. and now there is a fact -- and now there's another situation that we have to be ready for, it's a little disappointing. >> jerry brown is expected to be at the meeting in long beach. >>> and gavin newsom praised the board for the decision. he said -- >>> the new ferry service between south san francisco and the east bay needs to boost rider -- ridership if it is going to continue to get l
-changing lawsuit against the department of defense. aclu challenging policy prohibiting women from serving on the frontlines in combat even though many do. the the group says denying women combat duty gives men unfair advantage when it comes to promotions. the military has separate policies for men and women in action. >>> iraq war vet hurt last year during occupy oakland one-day strike is suing alameda county for abuse. he is seen in this youtube video in november 2011. you can see an oakland officer clubbing him with a night stick. the 33-year-old claims sheriff's jailers denied him medical care and mocked him for 18 hours before he got treatment for a lacerated spleen. he underwent surgery and was hospitalized for five days. sheriff's department denies it mistreated him. >>> a day from one of the stronger storms of the year in anticipation of heavy rain san rafael is offering free sandbags to residents. mark matthews is outside fire station 2, one of places the sandbags are being offered. >> reporter: we are here at 4th and union the corner, where they've put out sand and sandbags for r
could be a game-changing lawsuit against the department of defense. aclu challenging policy prohibiting women from serving on the frontlines in combat even though many do. the the group says denying women combat duty gives men unfair advantage when it comes to promotions. the military has separate policies for men and women in action. >>> iraq war vet hurt last year during occupy oakland one-day strike is suing alameda county for abuse. he is seen in this youtube video in november 2011. you can see an oakland officer clubbing him with a night stick. the 33-year-old claims sheriff's jailers denied him medical care and mocke him for 18 hours before he got treatment for a lacerated spleen. he underwent surgery and was hospitalized for five days. sheriff's department denies it mistreated him. >>> a day from one of the stronger storms of the year in anticipation of heavy rain san rafael is offering free sandbags to residents. mark matthews is outside fire station 2, one of places the sandbags are being offered. >> reporter: we are here at 4th and union the corner, where they've put out sand
three pull-ups to graduate the announcement was made on the same day four female vets and the aclu filed a suit against the defense department over policies that restrict women from some combat positions. >>> southern california man the first in the country to receive a breathing lung transplant. the 57-year-old was battling pulmonary fibrosis he volunteered to be part of a new trial. a team at ucla medical center was able to keep donor lungs as life, the organ was infused with blood and oxygen allowing them to breathe on their own. >> it maintains the donor s outside of the body, on a box, -- >> i like to thank them. >> doctors say the transplant was a success. they hope the medical breakthrough can save some of the thousands who die waiting for a transplant. >>> parents have a hugh tech way to check on their baby's breathing. the baby monitor uses a wired sock to measure heart rate and blood oxygen levels. if the baby stops breathing or the heart rate changes the monitor send as an earth to the parents' smartphone via an app. the students get a $ ,000 prize to help bring it to market -
. >> bill: is it legal on deck? another attack on christmas winds up in court. also the aclu again helping convicted sex offenders. legal is next >> bill: back of the book segment. is it legal? over the years some left wing loons screamed that there is no war on christmas in america. it's all a mirage, all made up my me. of course, that's false. once again, we have to report an unpleasant situation. for 60 years, in santa monica, california, nativity displays have been pud up. but three years ago, the atheists moved in demand they can got some displays as well. of course, they mock christianity, among other religions. so city of san ma monica said no displays at all. now it's in court. joining us to analyze, our legal team, wiel, the wrists seem to be winning. >> they are because a judge said look, to the churches, you can't have that nativity scene up because we're banning all of it. we're banning the church stuff, the christian stuff, jewish stuff. we're ban -- >> bill: why? >> everybody. because what they said was, what the city council said was, we can have all this stuff here, we're h
. >> mark rosenbalm is the lead attorney for the aclu. >> at one point this campus housed as many as 4,000 veterans. beginning with the vietnam war era, the vets were kicked out. they were literally kicked out. >> around 200 veterans live on the property today. but none of them in permanent housing. alongside them, empty buildings. a public golf course, a variety of private businesses, like a theater and a bus depot. >> this land has been utilized for enterprise rent-a-car and marrioiettriott hotels. they know what this land is about. >> with veterans sleeping on l.a. streets, i decided to head to the va to see why this land isn't used for their housing. >> people who have said, look, that property is not being used for that purpose. is that a legitimate beef? still the most dependable, longest-lasting full-size pickups on the road. and now we've also been recognized for lowest total cost of ownership -- based on important things, like depreciation, fuel, and maintenance costs. and now trade up to get a 2012 chevy silverado all-star edition with a total value of $9,000. from outstandin
like the aclu and people who are consistent on this. but most people -- >> i see your point. >> you mean the aclu and the guy from the guardian? >> so huge amount of huh poke craw see here. that's a real thing, right? >> i thought that was victoria secret. >> i wonder where they are. >> it is generally in the media. i felt like dick cheney's drones were the death star and obama's drone rtz millennium falcon. >> i disagree. obama -- no i disagree on that. i was ranting about this on a certain other network which many say is liberal leaning. >> look, first use drones 42 times and obama more. it is an absolute outrage. >> has it. owe bough -- that's it. obama is much worse with the drone. >> yes, he is. >> the thing is he will get off scott free. the international community love obama and they are not going to call him on it. >> they absolutely are. obama is trying to change the world into a terminator. james cameron saw it coming. >> you know what else the international community loves? stalin. think about it. >> where do you stand on this? are you with imogen? >> i am sitting. open y
stevenson is in the city with the two reasons the aclu is taking this case to court. david-- >> reporter: frank the aclu says the current policy contributes to sexism and harassment in the military so they are taking this battle to court. the american civil liberties union today filed suit challenging the policy that officially bans women from serving in ground combat. >> the policy has the effect to close careers to servicewomen. >> reporter: the plaintiffs include four women who have fought on the ground in afghanistan. former marine corp. reserve captain zoey badel led an engagement team of 46 women. >> they wore the same gear and they carried the same weapons. >> reporter: hagar earned a purple heart. >> the vast majority of the men i have served in combat did not care if i was a woman they cared if i could do the job. >> the average woman is not as strong as the average man. and we -- it's a very physical physical environment. >> reporter: retired marines general myatt says infantry are physically overwhelming for men. >> you would have to ask yourself, is this the situation that we
, the aclu filed a lawsuit challenging the ban on women serving in combat. the story is coming up. >> i'm michael finney. if you want an e reader for christmas, the choices can be overwhelming. i'll compare newest models and tell you which one could be on >>> republican senators who have criticized susan rice over her explanation of the attack in benghazi, libar not backing down. chris stevens was killed in that attack along with three other americans. top republicans met with rice today, she appears to be the top candidate to become new secretary of state but a fight may be brewing. abc 7 reporter karen trafers has the report from washington, d.c.. >> hillary clinton is secretary of state. but the political posturing and mud slinging has started. high on president obama's list to take over as the nation's top diplomat, susan rice. >> she has been under fire from some senate republican who's say she misled the american people about the attack that killed four americans including u.s. ambassador to libya. several have vowed to block her nomination to the state department. five days after
of going to jail for accidentally killing someone in his car. the aclu says it's unconstitutional. does the punishment fit the crime? with verizon. hurry in this saturday and sunday for great deals. likehe lucid by lg, free. or the galaxy nexus by samsung, free. this weekend, get the best deals on the best devices on the best network. exclusively at verizon. it's hard to see opportunity in today's challenging environment. unless you have the right perspective. bny mellon wealth management has the vision and experience to look beyond the obvious. we'll uncover opportunities, find hidden risk, and make success a reality. bny mellon wealth management >> welcome back, everyone. listen though this creative sentence, 10 years of mandatory church attendance, that was the sentence handed down this week by an oklahoma judge to a 17-year-old convicted of drunk driving and killing his friend who was sitting in the passenger seat. the church sentence was agreed to by both the victims and the teenager's family. now the aclu is calling this unconstitutional and a violation of the first amendment. we
. what the judge is ordering him to do that has the aclu very upset. >>> and a pickup driver, truck driver finding himself trapped dangling above a freeway. how rescueers managed to get him out of this dangerous situation. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ with verizon. hurry in this saturday and sunday for great deals. likehe lucid by lg, free. or the galaxy nexus by samsung, free. this weekend, get the best deals on the best devices on the best network. exclusively at verizon. a new way to save on your prescriptions. it's the aarp medicarerx saver plus plan from unitedhealthcare. with this plan, you can get copays as low as a dollar through a preferred network pharmacy like walgreens -- where you'll find 8,000 convenient locations. best of all, this plan has the lowest part d premium in the united states -- only $15 a month. open enrollment ends december 7th. so call today or visit your local walgreens. >>. >> heather: an amazing rescue in oregon. a pickup truck dangling over an overpass. take a look. fortunately the driver and his rear axle snagged and that kept him from falling. witnesses describ
that are -- >> bill: chaffey had a problem with the christmas tree. >> i speak for the far left. in illinois, the aclu defended the right of the state house in order to have a crÈche on state property at the state house. so this general global statement about the far left and how they have this war is not true. >> bill: you're not buying monica's contention that a signature part of secular progressivism is to diminish religion and heighten the power -- >> not at all. >> bill: you're not buying that? you don't think they're in business -- >> nobody in this country is being stopped from celebrating as they wish or not at all, wore shipping in their home, nobody is prevented from being -- >> bill: but every time this christmas season comes around, the federal holiday, and that's where you guys lose because it's a federal holiday. i understand you don't want it to be a federal holiday. >> i would say -- i think that's a no win argument 'cause that's not going to change. >> bill: let me ask awe simple question. i'm a very simple man. do you want christmas to be a federal holiday? >> i don't think it shoul
have also held government accountable, both as a journalist and in my social justice work at the aclu. i'll hold government accountable again. this time from inside city hall. san francisco is a city of neighborhoods which is why it's important that your supervisor pay attention to what our neighborhoods need. i want to focus on kids and families. too many are moving away from san francisco. we need them. that's why i want to make sure our parks are centered on recreation for kids, families and pets. we need more affordable middle class housing for families and most important, we need neighborhood schools so you can walk your kids to. and everyone on the block goes to the same school, neighbors know each other. they can bond. it's the best way to build a strong community. i went to public schools and state college which equipped me for many opportunities in life. i was fortunate to receive a full scholarship to harvard where i recently completed a master's degree in public administration. i'll work hard to apply the public policy lessons i learned to bring common sense to city hall. w
national preserve, aclu argued it violates separation of church and state. >> i would say thank you for returning it. number one, two, why did you take knit the first place? i mean what did you hope to gain? >> it may or may not be a coincidence the land has been deeded to address a legal challenge. the cross is is in the custody of the sheriff's office. >> we'll start reaching out and notifying our detective bureau. and see if we can get it back in it's rightful spot for now they say they're going to install and dedicate a replacement cross on sun rise rock this sunday in san bern county. -- san bernardino county. >> san francisco police have one suspect in custody, they're looking for another in an attempted robbery on a muni bus. the 24-year-old was arrested and police are looking for this man, the man man in the tweed sports coat ochlsers say he pepper sprayed a hearing impaired student. >> new at 4:00 the man suspected of smashing the window of a muni bus pleaded not guilty today. the 22-year-old says he says he was drinking that night. he will be back in court in december for
it sits inside of the mojave national preserve aclu argued it violates separation of church and state. they had been planning to rededicate another cross this sunday. >> we got it back. if it's the real one f not we have a replica to put in it's place. we have a replica of the plaque stolen that is going to be moving forward. >>it was transported is a mistry. bay area veterans tell me it was nearly impossible to find it. with veterans day coming up was built a factor? >> do people have guilty consciences? i don't know the answer to that. some do, some don't. so if that is this case, then... thank you for returning it. >> for now it's in custody of the san mateo county sheriff's office. >> we'll start reaching out, making contacts. notifying our detective bureau to get in touch with southern california to see if we can get it back to its rightful owner. >> it is being held in half moon bay. the leaders in sacramento are saying they're hoping to get possession of think the week in order to take it back down to the mojave desert this weekend. we're live in san mateo county abc 7 news. >>
. when the lands became the mojave national preserve, the aclu sued the national park service, demanding the religious symbol be removed. the cross was covered while the case went all the way to the u.s. supreme court. eventually, the land was turned over to the veterans of foreign wars, and the memorial was allowed to stand. but the 7-foot cross was missing, until now. >> the giant note typed out to the effect of this is a stolen cross from the mojave desert. >> reporter: san diego sheriff's deputies recovered the cross this morning near skyline boulevard and highway 92, wrapped in paper, zip tied to a fence with a detailed note about returning it to the mojave. >> but they contacted the park service, and they verified with them based on the detail on the cross. >> reporter: the vfw is dedicating a new cross on sunrise rock this weekend in honor of veterans day. but the discovery of the original means a lot to veterans like wong. he plans to visit the memorial, and this time the cross will be standing. >> at a future date and in southern california, we like to go down there and look at
boost prison terms for people convict offend sex trafficking. the aclu are objecting to the requirement. they claim it violates the right to free speech. >>> san jose voters approved to increase the city's minimum wage. it raises it from $8 to $10. it makes san jose one of the few cities to set its own minimum wage. opponents argue the raise would lead to fewer jobs. this whole idea came from a sociologist class. if you want more information go to www.ktvu.com and click on the tab. >>> today the school district issued an apology to a former student who was sexually abused by a teacher. she is suing the district over her abuse by two school teachers in the 1990s. till today the school district responded by calling her negligent and careless. today after a meeting the district said the board directed the attorney to withdrawal the defense and any assertion of carelessness or negligence. and they apologized for anxiety or distress. >>> they are ready. the restaurant that has folks lining up and camping out in the east bay as they wait for the grand opening tomorrow. >> and a caffeine boost
installation of cameras and here is some of the 30 cameras along the mcdonald corridor in 2008. now the a.c.l.u. toes not like these cameras and they say it is an invasion of privacy and rarely cuts back on crime. >>> the east bay needs to boost ridership if they are going to sweat subsidies. the service receives about 2. 7 million from the metropolitan commission. they are giving them three years to continue to get that money and they need as many as four times of riders to meet those standards. >>> and there is trfic on the pass. >> there is. >> dave and pam, there is a serious crash near the parkway. this crash occurred 45 minutes ago and most directions are slow eastbound and westbound. both directions have been blocked. now the traffic is coming in from the pass from highway 205 and it's just a big mess. the only up side if there is any at all is that people who were driving west of the crash, they are not seeing the usual level of traffic because they are stuck. you might want to get out there before everybody else does and they are heading out to dublin west. eastbound is also affected.
. the aclu joined the women in filing this lawsuit in san francisco today. they say the policy unfairly blocks them from promotions, advancements, and entire careers which are open to men. a major with the air national guard who is based at moffet field was awarded a purple heart after her medevac chopper was shot down in 2009. >> i've encountered people who question the authenticity of my story because they are under the misimpression that there are no women in combat. the deployments have been physically and mentally challenging, whether it was survival training in the woods or being shot down in afghanistan and engaging the enemy on the ground, my gender has never kept me from serving. >> one woman officer argues that suicide bombs and sniper attacks have blurred the boundaries of the front lines and so-called safe lines. >>> here at home, fighting blight in san jose. some locals are going straight to the slum lords, urging them to clean up their penalty properties. nbc bay area's marianne favro is off the almaden expressway with a look at how the program is working. marianne? >> rep
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